Legendary sandals with a renowned orthopedic footbed.
Grippy shoes that fit just right
Randy Merrell’s custom-made hiking boots caught national attention in 1981, when Backpacker Magazine called them 'the most comfortable and functional boots in North America.’ Randy paired with Rossignol ski company to establish Merrell boots—and they now have 15 years experience with kids’ shoes too!
Premium products that can handle all the things kids dish out on a daily basis
Made from eco-friendly, breathable, and washable materials that are engineered to be durable, flexible, and customizable to allow for the natural development of children’s feet.
Washable, durable, adjustable traction
Mark Paigen made “Gecko” sandals to have comfort, durability, and traction for outdoor sports. Now called “Chaco”s, they’re great for water sports—and perfect for kids: They’re machine washable, durable, adjustable, and slip-resistant, with great foot alignment and a non-marking EcoTread™ of 25% recycled content.
Shoes for those who wanna wear socks
While considering presents for his kids, David Quinn thought: What about socks they could wear everywhere? He sewed leather around the bottom of wool socks, and Acorn Slipper Socks were born. They're stain resistant, easy to clean, free of animal products, and indoor/outdoor ready (worn on every NASA shuttle mission since 1982).
100% genuine leather
A minimalist approach to adorable mini footwear for your babes.
Happy warmth for feet
In 1978, Brian Smith came to Southern California surf shops with the casually comfortable “ugg” boots that Australian surfers already loved. Today, UGG Australia sets the standard for working with luxuriously soft Grade-A Twinface sheepskin, and their EVA outsole is perfectly light for little feet.
Lightweight treads with bumpers
Martin Keen and Rory Fuerst wondered: Can a sandal protect the toes? Their answer was the KEEN Newport. KEEN does things differently, from developing a special sole just for little shoes (the KEEN.CMX), to working with global non-profits— even donating their 2004 marketing budget to Asian Tsunami relief.